Wonderful Town

David will be returning to Musical Theatre Guild for the classic musical by Comden, Green and Bernstein.

For more information and tickets, visit the MTG website.

Rocky Horror at Rockwell

David will be appearing in a special concert presentation of The Rocky Horror Showat Rockwell Table and Stage.

For more information and tickets, visit the Rockwell website.

General Hospital

David will be taping an episode of General Hospital.

Kritzerland at the Federal

David will be joining the company of THE MUSIC MEN – The Songs of Meredith Willson & Gene de Paul on August 4.

For more information, visit Broadwayworld.com.

Read the BroadwayWorld review

Read the Edge Los Angeles review

Panama Hattie

David returns to Theatre West for the Third Annual Betty Garrett Memorial Musical Comedy Tribute. David plays the role of Vivian “Storky” Budd, originally played by Arthur Treacher.

Panama Hattie, with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Herbert Fields and B.G. DeSylva, was first performed on Broadway in 1940 and ran for fifteen months. It starred Ethel Merman, Arthur Treacher, Pat Harrington Sr., Rags Ragland and Betty Hutton and featured June Allyson, Betsy Blair, Miriam Nelson and Vera-Ellen.

For more information, visit the Theatre West website.

Outside The Box

David appears in Season Two of Outside the Box, a web series airing on Broadwayworld.com.

The Exorcist – Starring Hal Linden

Taxi Driver – Starring Euan Morton

Ben Hur – Starring Kevin Symons, Damon Kirsche & Nick Santa Maria

Chinatown – Starring John Sloman & Angel Reda

Titanic Wins BroadwayWorld Award for Best Special Theatre Event!

Musical Theatre Guild’s Production of Titanic has been voted the Best Special Theatre Event by BroadwayWorld. As First Officer Murdoch, David was responsible for crashing into the iceberg…

Full details on BroadwayWorld.


David is thrilled to be retuning to the Musical Theatre Guild to play the role of First Officer Murdoch in Titanic.

One hundred years ago, on April 15, 1912, the RMS Titanic departed from England on its maiden voyage to New York. As vacations often do, it turned out to be more complicated than relaxing. It did not end well. On April 23, 1997, Titanic, The Musical opened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. The results were much happier: five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. The New Yorker review said “…a musical about history’s most tragic maiden voyage was obviously preposterous… Astonishingly, Titanic manages to be grave and entertaining, somber and joyful… a genuine addition to American musical theatre.”

For more information, visit Musical Theatre Guild.


Read the StageSceneLA review!


David will be joining the cast of Shenandoah at the Musical Theatre Guild. With a passionate country & western score, SHENANDOAH is the rousing, moving story of a pacifist Southerner who is forced to take action when his youngest son is taken prisoner during the war. Launched in 1975, SHENANDOAH ran for 1,050 thrilling performances and, with a TONY® win, solidified John Cullum’s leading man status.

For more information, visit Musical Theatre Guild.

For tickets:
Monday, June 11, 7:30 pm, Alex Theatre or 818-243-ALEX
Sunday, June 17, 3:00 pm, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza or 800-745-3000

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Our Name Is Barbra: Songs For Isabella

David will be part of a concert of the music of Barbra Streisand at Catalina Jazz Club on Monday, April 23.

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